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Clicking addresses on emails won't work

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by VirgieLou, Mar 30, 2009.

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  1. VirgieLou

    VirgieLou Thread Starter

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    After Hurricane Ike we changed from Road Runner to ATT internet. Very often when I click a web address someone sent me or one I have saved to return to, it won't come up.
    When I click task manager it sticks too and I have to close all the email and start over.

    Wondering if this is a computer problem or ATT internet problem.

    I have run the security checks and it shows no problems with this computer.
     
  2. Phantom010

    Phantom010 Trusted Advisor

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    What are your OS, Internet browser and email program?
     
  3. VirgieLou

    VirgieLou Thread Starter

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    OS...Windows XP

    Browser...Windows Internet Explorer & Foxfire

    Email...Outlook Express
     
  4. Phantom010

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    Open your Internet Explorer Options, under the Programs tab, is IE set as your default browser?
     
  5. VirgieLou

    VirgieLou Thread Starter

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    It said this application is the default handler
     
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